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blowhole

the anterior nares of whales and dolphins.
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Show them where the blowhole is by pointing to the drawing on the left.
Blowhole and his clawed minions as they race against the clock to complete spectacularly treacherous levels unique to Nintendo DS/DSi.
They must come up to the surface to breathe air through their blowholes.
An Australian police spokesman said conditions were heavy and the current dragged the three men away from the blowhole.
Tired from snorkeling, clambering above the blowhole, and the adrenaline rush of navigating the narrow road, I'm content to enjoy the scenery as I munch on banana bread.
He had gone for a late-night walk on Tuesday when he fell into the 60ft-wide blowhole, which was not fenced off.
He blows air out of his blowhole onto a glass plate to give breath samples.
Now, a computer model of sound propagation in a dolphin's head lends credence to the recent conjecture that the animal's clicks emanate from a small packet of tissue near the top of its head, close to its blowhole.
She flies a remote-controlled helicopter fitted with a culture dish through the billows of mucus whales eject from their blowhole, above, then analyses it for viruses and bacteria.
This project will enhance tourist and recreational facilities at the Kiama Blowhole and Kiama Harbour precinct.
In a city rich with American history like the Boston Tea Party, the Battle of Bunker Hill and the Siege of Boston, the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series brought another honor to the beautiful landscape with its only urban stop on a tour that usually stops in remote worldly locations like volcanic shores, a mystic blowhole and a blue lagoon.